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The Hungry Nomad: I Eat Like a Cochon (New Orleans)

November 17, 2010

I Eat Like a Cochon (New Orleans)

Cochon Restaurant: Trendy, hip and delicious food all in one place. One of the first places I discovered upon moving to New Orleans. For the vegetarians...you might want to stay away. As the name of the restaurant pretty much gives you an idea of the type of food you'll be getting- a variety of pork delights. From pork belly, fried pig ears and bacon, Cochon specializes in southern Cajun cooking with a modern twist. Fear not my friends who don't enjoy eating pork. I myself am not a big pork fan, however, there were plenty of other choices on the menu including fried alligator with chili garlic (yum), oven-roasted gulf fish (double yum) and smoked beef brisket.
Chef Link and co-owner Chef Stephen Stryjewski, embracing the old style traditions receive whole pigs and oversee an in-house Boucherie, creating boudin, andouille, smoked bacon, and head cheese. The menu also features handmade crawfish pies, rabbit & dumplings, and spoon bread with okra & tomatoes. Cochon offers specialties from the wood-burning oven such as roasted oysters, suckling pig, and beef brisket. Seafood from local waters round out the offerings with Chef Link’s signature roasted gulf fish “fishermen” style.
 If you want to try some good southern cajun cooking in a modern yet casual atmosphere then be sure to make your way to Cochon.

930 Tchoupitoulas Street, New Orleans, (504) 588-2123

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At November 27, 2010 , Blogger Gulf Coast Guy said...

Love this place and did try that oyster dish.


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